The history of England Volume 14; from the invasion of Julius CÃ¦sar, to the revolution in 1688
ISBN 0217119417 (0-217-11941-7)
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Book summary: This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1789. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... guard againft them, 314. Adheres to Somerfct in his diftrefs, 337. Advifes Mary to the Spanifti alliance, 383. Palatinate of the Rhine. See Frederic. The Englifli undertake the recovery of it, vi. 151. The attempt fails, ib. Treaty of Weft-phalia, vii. 246. Pale/fine, ftateof, at the arrival of the crufaders, Richard I. of England, and Philip of France, ii. 14. Palmer, Mrs. See Cleveland., Sir Thomas, is employed by Northumberland as a fpy upon Somerfer, iv. 351. His accufation againft Somerfet, /'/'/. Is appre-hended for joining the party of the lady Jane Gray, 372. Is exe-cuted, 373. Pandolf, legate from pope Innocent iii. to Philip, in his expedition againft king John of England, his private inftruftions, ii. 70. Pro-pofes an interview with John, ib. Procures his-fubmiffion to the pope, 71. Receives the refignation of his kingdom, and homage from him, ib. Excommunicates the earl of Albemarle and his aohe-rents, 153. Papacy, the feat of, how fixed in Italy, iii. 57. Papal authority, the popular fentiments of, in the reign of Edward iii. ii. 493. Renounced by Henry viii. iv. 119. See Reformation. far, Catharine, married to Henry viii. iv. 239. Is made regent during Henry's abfence in France, 246. Her narrow efcapc from impeachment for herefy, 258. Her prudent evafion of this danger, 259. Marries lord Seymour foon after Henry's death, 314. Dies in child-bed, 315. Paris, maflacre of the Hugonots in that city, on the eve of St. Bartho-lomew, v. 205. See France. Parker, archbifhop, his character, v. 262.,, bifhop of Oxford, is violently appointed president of Magda-len-hall, by James ii. viii. 266. Parliament, Englifti, a view of, in its feudal form, ii. 114. By what titles the clergy obtained feats in, ib. The importance of the barons in, 11;. The commons not ori...
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